World Property and Casualty Insurance Report 2022: Walking the talk

Sustainability & Regulation
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17/05/2022 study

As climate change significantly affects individuals and businesses worldwide, the World Property and Casualty Insurance Report 2022 from Capgemini and Efma focuses on how insurers can walk the talk to achieving climate resiliency. Based on customer and executive surveys, this report suggests that insurers that deliver both protection and prevention will position themselves to generate deeper customer trust. The report further recommends key actions that can fuel insurers’ climate resiliency journey while boosting their relevance and profitability. 

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